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Monday, July 2, 2018

The First-Ever Cleveland Burger Week Kicks Off July 30

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The first-ever Cleveland Burger Week is set to fire up throughout the city later this month. From July 30 through Aug. 5, burger fanatics can score $5 burgers at 25-plus restaurants all over Cleveland, as well as craft beer pairings and off-menu specials.

Each restaurant is asked to add its own one-of-a-kind twist to the classic cheeseburger, meaning the event will offer something for any sort of palate. Participants will also receive a Burger Passport, which can be stamped after each tried burger. Collecting three stamps makes you eligible for a drawing that includes a grand prize of a grill and ultimate grill out.

Participating restaurants so far include:
Betty's Bomb Ass Burgers
Burger-Fi Mentor
Burger-Fi - Cuyahoga Falls
Gunselman's Tavern
Great Lakes Brewing Co.
Scalpers Bar & Grille
Hatfield's Good Grub
Thirsty Dog Brewing
49th Street Tavern
The Rail Strongsville
The Rail North Olmstead
Prosperity Social Club
The Burnham
Craggy Boglands
The Rowley Inn
The Yard House

More information about Cleveland Burger Week, sponsored by Scene and the National Beef Council, can be found here

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